Fitbit Charge 3

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  • Fitbit Charge 3
  • Fitbit Charge 3
  • Fitbit Charge 3
  • Fitbit Charge 3

Specs / Features


Specification

Tech Spec
Display Size 0.721 inches
Display Type Grayscale OLED
Battery Life Up to 7 days
Battery Type LiPo (Lithium Polymer)
Specification
Brand Fitbit
Warranty 12 months

Critic Reviews


Make Use Of

One of the best value Fitbit devices available today

from Make Use Of

The Charge 3 is an iterative update of earlier devices, but one which brings some of the most useful smartwatch features in tow. While most of the updates made between the Charge 2 and Charge 3 seem relatively modest, the waterproofing alone may make it worth the money for some. 

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The Charge 3 is an iterative update of earlier devices, but one which brings some of the most useful smartwatch features in tow. While most of the updates made between the Charge 2 and Charge 3 seem relatively modest, the waterproofing alone may make it worth the money for some. 

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Pocket-lint

A stand-out smart fitness tracker

from Pocket-lint

A fantastic evolution for the Charge family, the third-gen model adds water-resistance, a lighter build, touchscreen interface, and more features. It cements this as the fitness tracker to consider if a smartwatch isn't for you.

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A fantastic evolution for the Charge family, the third-gen model adds water-resistance, a lighter build, touchscreen interface, and more features. It cements this as the fitness tracker to consider if a smartwatch isn't for you.

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Cnet

The best casual fitness tracker, but Versa's a better smartwatch

from Cnet

Fitbit's improved general-fitness tracker does just about everything well, and covers most everyday needs, including phone notifications. But the Fitbit Versa offers just a bit more.

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Fitbit's improved general-fitness tracker does just about everything well, and covers most everyday needs, including phone notifications. But the Fitbit Versa offers just a bit more.

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TechRadar

Taking charge of your fitness

from TechRadar

The Fitbit Charge 3 is quite the improvement over the Charge 2, but you should only upgrade if you're after a more slick, lightweight design, a slightly larger display and a few new fitness tracking features.

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The Fitbit Charge 3 is quite the improvement over the Charge 2, but you should only upgrade if you're after a more slick, lightweight design, a slightly larger display and a few new fitness tracking features.

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Android Headlines

Better fitness tracking, longer battery life

from Android Headlines

Fitbit’s Charge 3 is the perfect fitness tracker for most people. Those that are looking for something to track their activity, and motivate them to be more active and/or lose weight, the Charge 3 will work perfectly fine.

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Fitbit’s Charge 3 is the perfect fitness tracker for most people. Those that are looking for something to track their activity, and motivate them to be more active and/or lose weight, the Charge 3 will work perfectly fine.

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PhoneArena

Accurate activity tracking, easy-to-use app

from PhoneArena

The Fitbit Charge 3 does what it’s supposed to do well enough, but it’s not the well-refined product that you should expect at that price point. If you find smartwatches too big, but still want to have quick access to the time and your notifications, then this product will suit you just right...More

The Fitbit Charge 3 does what it’s supposed to do well enough, but it’s not the well-refined product that you should expect at that price point. If you find smartwatches too big, but still want to have quick access to the time and your notifications, then this product will suit you just right. But overall, the tiny display isn’t providing anything essential to your workout experience that will make you choose it over a simpler tracker.

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Stuff

Comfortable and good at tracking your fitness and sleep

from Stuff

Fitbit has done a great job with the Charge 3 and as a standalone experience it’s one of the best activity trackers out there. But the brand better start creating products that occupy a more definite space in the range soon, as well as delivering on promised features, if it’s going to compete with the likes of Apple in the long-term.

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Fitbit has done a great job with the Charge 3 and as a standalone experience it’s one of the best activity trackers out there. But the brand better start creating products that occupy a more definite space in the range soon, as well as delivering on promised features, if it’s going to compete with the likes of Apple in the long-term.

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Tech Advisor

A worthy upgrade

from Tech Advisor

In improving the interface, display, features and battery life for a price that's less than the Charge 2’s RRP, Fitbit has successfully redesigned its most popular product with the Charge 3. Given that it comes two years after the Charge 2 we think it’s a warranted upgrade for Charge 2 owner...More

In improving the interface, display, features and battery life for a price that's less than the Charge 2’s RRP, Fitbit has successfully redesigned its most popular product with the Charge 3. Given that it comes two years after the Charge 2 we think it’s a warranted upgrade for Charge 2 owners, particularly if you desire the longer battery life and full waterproofing.

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Macworld

Smarter then the average fitness tracker

from Macworld

The Fitbit Charge 3 doesn't have all of the functionality of the Ionic or Versa, but it's smart enough to become your go-to wearable.

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The Fitbit Charge 3 doesn't have all of the functionality of the Ionic or Versa, but it's smart enough to become your go-to wearable.

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Digital Trends

Packs all the basic necessities into a stylish fitness tracker

from Digital Trends

The Fitbit Charge 3 is a comfortable and sleek fitness tracker, that also brings smartwatch notifications to your wrist and packs a battery that keeps the device going for almost a week. Its heart rate and in-depth fitness tracking capabilities make it worth the $150.

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The Fitbit Charge 3 is a comfortable and sleek fitness tracker, that also brings smartwatch notifications to your wrist and packs a battery that keeps the device going for almost a week. Its heart rate and in-depth fitness tracking capabilities make it worth the $150.

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